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What does W-VI stand for?

W-VI stands for warning-imperative, visually initiated

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Cerebellar hemispherectomy scarcely prolonged the reaction time of the warning-imperative, visually initiated (W-VI) movement in contrast to its marked delaying action upon the simple visually initiated reaction-time (S-VI) movement. Between the warning and imperative stimuli, sustained surface-negative, depth-positive field potentials were recorded in various areas of the prefrontal and premotor cortices and the supplementary motor area of both cerebral hemispheres, besides gradually increasing surface-negative, depth-positive deflections in the motor and somatosensory cortices contralateral to the moving hand.
Cerebellar hemispherectomy scarcely prolonged the reaction time of the warning-imperative, visually initiated (W-VI) movement in contrast to its marked delaying action upon the simple visually initiated reaction-time (S-VI) movement. Between the warning and imperative stimuli, sustained surface-negative, depth-positive field potentials were recorded in various areas of the prefrontal and premotor cortices and the supplementary motor area of both cerebral hemispheres, besides gradually increasing surface-negative, depth-positive deflections in the motor and somatosensory cortices contralateral to the moving hand.
com/science/article/pii/000689939090099W DO http://dx. doi. org/10. 1016/0006-8993(90)90099-W AB Latent time of the hand movement in response to a visual stimulus was found to be very short when a monkey was enough trained with a visual imperative stimulus preceded by a visual warning stimulus at a fixed time interval. Cerebellar hemispherectomy scarcely prolonged the reaction time of the warning-imperative, visually initiated.